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Boating Contributes to Better Health

I thought this would be an interesting topic to discuss. A recent study showed that non-boaters have poorer health than boat owners. Boat owners showed to have higher satisfaction on the quality of their life.
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Do you have a link to this study???
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We found we were much healthier than normal for us when we were cruising.
I attribute it too...less contact in confined spaces with germs, better diet and more excercise than work provided, less stress, more fun and endorphins!!
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I would wholeheartedly agree with this...except when you slip and fall into the bilge and tear the medial meniscus in your right knee.
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more fun and endorphins!!
Love watching them little endorphins, especially when they're riding bow wake
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SailinJay...now that you mention it I did tear my rotator cuff...but I don't think of that as a health issue...just body and fender damage due to stupidity!

Poopdeck...it is even better at night when their little chemical trails light up your wake!!
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I would wholeheartedly agree with this...except when you slip and fall into the bilge and tear the medial meniscus in your right knee.
Then don't do that...
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I would often call into work (back in the dark ages) on Mondays, saying I had to stay at the lake because I was Landsick. Oddly enough, they never bought it.
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Actually, I've seen it happen... if you spend long enough on a boat, and go back to land, the land seems like it is moving.... With one of my friends... first time they did a week-long trip.... they got back and ended up getting "seasick" on land...
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To do what you love a substantial % of your time -- what else is there?
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